Here you’ll find a range of FAQs, flow-charts and summaries to help simplify and apply copyright at Brock.
Sample Permissions Letter - use of material in a course
Sample Permissions Letter - use of material in a thesis
CHEAT SHEETS AND OTHER TOOLS
What can I post on Isaak/Sakai? – step-by-step flow chart
What can I post on Isaak/Sakai? – online step-by-step tool
What can I do with articles from Library e-journals? – a simple guide for what can be done with articles from the Library’s e-journals and e-resources.
What can I copy under the Access Copyright licence? – a simple guide for what can be copied under the Access Copyright licence
FURTHER RESOURCES ON CANADIAN COPYRIGHT
Relevant Supreme Court Rulings -
- CCH Canadian Ltd. v. Law Society of Upper Canada (2004)
- Alberta (Education) v. Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency (Access Copyright) (2012)
- Entertainment Software Association v. Societiy of Composers, Authors, and Music Publishers of Canada (2012)
Copyright Board of Canada (includes copyright collective societies)
CAUT Guidelines for the Use of Copyrighted Material (Canadian Association of University Teachers, February 2013)
Canadian copyright: a citizen's guide / Laura J. Murray & Samuel E. Trosow. Toronto: Between the Lines, 2013. (KE 2799.2 M87 2013)
The Copyright pentalogy: how the Supreme Court of Canada shook the foundations of Canadian copyright law / edited by Michael Geist. (Ottawa): University of Ottawa Press, c2013. (KE 2799 C664 2013) Also available through UOP's open access collection.
Use these simple tools and resources to help you apply copyright in your day-to-day work at Brock.
For further information and assistance, visit the contacts page to find out who can help you with your copyright questions.